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Ex-Christadelphian Voice of Reason (ECVoR)
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Thoughts and reasoning from an ex-christadelphian agnostic/atheist
Thoughts and reasoning from an ex-christadelphian agnostic/atheist

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Eliminating Bias
"I don't believe that", said Alison, "I'd like to see your evidence." Chris was taken aback. He had not faced someone so skeptical before. In the discussion so far, Alison had seemed polite enough but she was also becoming increasingly closed-minded. At fir...

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Two In Three Australians Think Religion Does More Harm Than Good In The World
Article From The Sydney Morning Herald A bigger share of Australians than respondents in most other countries think religion does more harm than good in the world, new polling has revealed. Click here to read the article in full

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What Would It Take to Prove the Resurrection?
Article From Scientific American According to philosopher Larry Shapiro of the University of Wisconsin–Madison in his 2016 book The Miracle Myth (Columbia University Press), “evidence for the resurrection is nowhere near as complete or convincing as the evi...

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They promise eternal life and happiness
A Christadelphian's primary hope is to live forever in a future state of bliss, surrounded by fellow believers and worshipping Jesus and God for eternity. No more sorrow and suffering, no more tears, no more pain, no more death. So the promise goes. This ut...

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Left the Christadelphians? You’re not alone
By Phynnodderee When I left the Christadelphian community, I felt completely alone. I felt like the only person who had ever taken this step. I also found myself in the horrible predicament of having to rebuild my worldview almost from scratch. The purpose ...

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Book review: Atheism for Dummies by Dale McGowan
By Phynnodderee I spotted this book at my local library recently while I was looking for something else entirely. I found it so interesting that I decided to share this review with you. Who’s the author? Dale McGowan, an American atheist and humanist, who i...

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Pascal's Wager: Betting On Infinity
We've seen Pascal's Wager crop up a couple of times in the comments here recently. If you're ever looking for a great video that covers it in more detail, watch this one from TheraminTrees. TheraminTrees also posted the following rebuttal to some criticisms...

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